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Generally favorable reviews- based on 12 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12

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  1. Oct 27, 2014
    It was quite entertaining and easy to watch if you don't expect anything special. Some characters have good interaction - like the musician and the girl. Others not so much. There are funny scenes which is not that common these days. If the RomCom is a genre you like, the chances are you'll be happy with this movie.
  2. Aug 26, 2013
    Probably not. It's difficult to see what attracted such an ensemble cast to this mediocre, underwhelming school reunion yarn.

    Most people's own school reunion's are uninteresting enough and the array of characters in 10 Years do not strike enough of a chord with the audience to make their story engaging. The characters are introduced almost en-mass and it's really difficult to invest in
    anyone in particular, especially considering the typical run of the mill issues and relationships involved, old flames, bullies, the popular girl etc., that all took place ten years ago.

    The script does achieve some small levels of poignancy, the highlight being Oscar Isaac's song written for his secret high school crush, and their are a few funny running gags throughout but ultimately the reunion finishes, the story is told and my detachment from it left me wondering what was the point in watching.
  3. Jul 14, 2013
    10 Years is a movie to see once and forget. It falls into category of comedy drama that offers some good moments but at the same time nothing in particular. It is not a bad movie, but not enough good to raise it above dull mediocrity.
  4. Feb 3, 2013
    The script is well-balanced, with more than enough levity to counteract the less-glamorous topics covered throughout the movie firmly keeping it in the comedic category, despite the drama. The well-known cast’s delivery accurately showcased the awkward moments that are inevitable in reunions as well as the eventual melding and settling of a group of former close friends. Chris Pratt as Cully, the high school bully turned family-oriented father of two, along with Aaron Yoo as Peter Jung, one the former bullied, stole the show with their back-and-forth antics. However, 10 Years also captured the poor pacing of the more unfortunate reunions. Granted, the film was great portraying how reunions generally flow, but anyone who’s been to a reunion knows that they can be dull and never-ending if the ice isn’t broken or the timeline of events doesn’t flow well. 10 Years was a yo-yo of timing, several times pulling viewers in only to lose its momentum.

    With the exception of a small portion, the characters aren’t introduced well enough before going into the core story and it contributes to the uncomfortable pacing. Since we don’t know these characters individually before the film, it was more difficult to really care about them until the last half of the movie when all the storylines started getting tied up. That said, 10 Years does manage to capture the feel of adults trying to assimilate their current maturity with their former divisions and “cliques” common among high-schoolers.

    I love the idea of this movie, as there is much opportunity for stories about shameless past deeds, long-time loves, and other topics that make up a large part of the film industry, to be incorporated with the under-explored category of reunions. In fact, many of those same topics are covered in 10 Years, which made it overall a film that I enjoyed, will likely watch again, though probably also one that I will find myself fast-forwarding through some of the lagging segments.
  5. Jan 12, 2013
    Very enjoyable movie. Very relatable, especially to those of us in this age range. Nice romantic scene with Oscar Isaac. Funny moments, great cast.
  6. Nov 19, 2012
    Teen Years has an akward phrase but it does good in the end.

Generally favorable reviews - based on 18 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18
  1. Reviewed by: Michael O'Sullivan
    Sep 21, 2012
    10 Years doesn't completely avoid the road-not-taken theme. It does, however, neatly navigate around many of the potholes, finding a novel and nuanced approach to addressing the ways that our mistakes make us better, wiser and more human.
  2. Reviewed by: Amy Biancolli
    Sep 20, 2012
    When the screenplay sticks to the tricky business of living - trying, then screwing up, then stumbling forward anyway - it hits its mark with confidence, and the big ensemble cast responds with tight little performances of affecting vulnerability.
  3. Reviewed by: Wesley Morris
    Sep 20, 2012
    An inconsequential high-school-reunion comedy that gets better when it stops trying to make you laugh.